A minimally invasive approach of treatment can help you easily with gum problems and other conditions related to the inner tissues inside of the mouth. Laser dentistry can be used for minimally invasive gum surgeries, cavity treatment, and issues.
What is Laser Dentistry?
The laser uses extremely small beams of light focused to perform any procedure that targets hard or soft tissues. Dental professionals use laser technology to undergo a variety of procedures inside the mouth (removal of overgrown tissues, reshape gums, whiten teeth).
Types of Laser
Soft Tissue Lasers - Soft tissue lasers cuts and removes soft tissues from the gums for aesthetic purposes. Dentists would sometimes use a laser to remove excess gum tissues in the mouth and for the treatment of ulcer or cold sore.
Hard Tissue Lasers - Hard tissue lasers can help cut hard tissues inside the mouth and works mostly on the enamel. They are designed to prepare teeth for dental fillings. repair tooth decay, cavities, etc.
What are the conditions that laser can treat?
Lasers can help treat several conditions that are related to gums.
- Treatment of root canals
- Treatment of gum disease
- Removal of gum inflammation
- Gum reshaping
- Removal of tissues from the throat
- Regeneration of damaged nerves
- Removal of tumors
What are the benefits of laser dentistry?
Dentists opt for lasers during procedures for better comfort and reduced healing time. Some of the benefits of laser dentistry are:
- Less requirement of sutures
- Reduced need for anesthesia
- Helps in gum sterilization
- Reduces damage to the gums
- Reduced loss of blood
Laser Gum Surgery
Your laser gum surgery appointments are similar to any other dental appointments. Patients may be administered with anesthesia upon request. During the procedure, the patient would not experience any discomfort or uneasiness, as lasers are different from drills.
Post-operative experience is comparatively smoother when compared to other means of surgery. As laser equipped surgeries require absolutely no scalpel, there are fewer chances of bleeding with zero need for sutures.
Visit Arden Dental Center, Bloomingdale, for your dental concerns. Call us at (630) 529 0303 or schedule an appointment online, today.